Machining Sockets & Connectors - Test Sockets, Electrical Connectors, Terminal Connectors, Electronics Sockets at ultra high speed!
For the milling of test sockets, electrical connectors, terminal connectors, electrical connector, electronics socket, test socket with ultra high speed DATRON High-Speed CNC Machining Centers are the ideal choice.
|Machining Sockets & Connectors.
Test socket and electrical connector machining is performed quickly with DATRON high-speed milling machines. Datron actually began as an electronics company 40 years ago, and the machine was designed to produce electronics parts such as test socket, electrical connectors, terminal connectors, electrical connector, electronics socket, test sockets.
Benefits for Housing Machining:
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|Socket & Connector Applications:
• Test Sockets
• Electrical Connectors
• Terminal Connectors
• Electronics Socket
• Test Socket
• Electrical Connector
|Commonly machined plastics and substrates: ABS, Acetal, Acrylic, Cirlex, Delmat, Delrin, Durastone, Formex, G-9, G-10, G-11, GPO3, Kapton, Lexan, Nomex, Nylon, Phenolic, Polycarbonate, Polyester, Polypropylene, Polystyrene, Polysulfone, PVC, Ryton, Torlon, Ultem, Urethane, Valox, Vespel, Vinyl|
|Milling Plastic Electronics Housing:
Milling or Machining Plastic sockets, connectors and test sockets can be similar to machining aluminum parts in that sharp tools are more beneficial than very hard-edged tools. That said, for plastic electrical sockets and electronic connectors being machined or milled from fiber reinforced plastics that contain glass or ceramics, carbide tools or hardened steel tools are required.
Feeds & Speeds for Machining Plastic Electronics Sockets & Connectors: This is where the true benefit of Datron high-speed machining centers comes in. Machining plastic electronic connectors and sockets really requires high speed. Slower spindle speeds allow heat to build up and melt the plastic electronics socket or connector rather than cutting it. Higher spindle speeds throw chips out of the cutting channel and prevent long chips from bird-nesting around the tool and melting to it. High feeds get you from one place to another quickly without leaving the tool in one vicinity for too long heating the material up. But, since small tooling is often required for the small plastic test sockets and electrical connectors, you can’t have high feeds without high spindle speed because it will result in unaccepatable tool breakage. Moral of the story is that if you’re machining plastic sockets or connectors, you need a Datron.
|Sockets and Connectors:
Test Sockets & Adapters
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